May 26, 2017
Fraught Outfit's bold Innocence Trilogy has its final installment realised in 2017. Split into two parts, Book of Exodus continues to focus on the identities of young people, the theatremakers again working with a cast of children and teenagers. Director and co-creator Adena Jacobs and co-creator and dramaturg Aaron Orzech join Richard to discuss the somewhat paradoxical process of working with ancient texts and young people.
Irish director John Butler's latest film, Handsome Devil, is released this week in Australia. Richard speaks to the filmmaker about his coming-of-age film, which explores adolescent embarrassment, male friendship and courage in your own identity, and whether it's possible for a teenage boy to be passionate about sport and also be gay? (hint: it is.)
The Flinders Lane Gallery continues to host its series for emerging and unsigned visual artists, Exploration. Gallery Director and curator of the exhibition Claire Harris, along with two of the featured artists, Holly Pearce and Ryan Pola, enter the studio to talk about the inspiration for the exhibition and the artists' work.